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Translation of "proper" - English-Spanish dictionary

proper

adjective /ˈpropə/
right, correct, or suitable correcto, adecuado That isn’t the proper way to clean the windows You should have done your schoolwork at the proper time – it’s too late to start now. complete or thorough completo Have you made a proper search? respectable or well-mannered apropiado, correcto Such behaviour isn’t quite proper. properly adverb correctly or rightly correctamente She can’t pronounce his name properly. completely or thoroughly bien; completamente I didn’t have time to read the book properly. proper noun noun ( proper name) (linguistics) a noun or name which names a particular person, thing or place (beginning with a capital letter) nombre propio ’John’ and ’New York’ are proper nouns.
(Definition of proper from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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